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William Spencer III
William Spencer III was raised without Television so remains fascinated with the idea that the air might be
filled with images, words and ideas that can't be seen unless properly 'tuned in' to the right wavelength'.
William Spencer III was raised in the midwest and artistically encouraged from the beginning. A Self-taught artist he started as graphic desiger then switched to fine
art in 1990.
He works on Eucalyptus Panel using a ground of vinyl mixed with Lime Plaster then coated with Layers of shellac, Stain, Ammonia and Cellulose Resin. He incorporates
silk-screen into some work, often with snippets of poetry or other musings onto the scarred and surfaced Art panel.
William Spencer has had a number of one-man shows and juried shows. Chosen for the Crocker Kingsley Exhibit, at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, and voted as 1992
Northern California Rising Star by "On the Wings" art group. William Spencer has been featured in the "Best of Sacramento" issue of "Sacramento Magazine," and in the
nationally publicized "Decor" magazine. He will be featured in the upcoming issue of Art Book a widely circulated Fine Art Magazine out of Scottsdale. His work is
exhibited throughout all four floors of the historic Curtis Center in Philadelphia, home of The Saturday Evening Post and Ladies Home Journal in the same white marble
lobby with Maxfield Parrish and Louis C. Tiffany's 49 foot x 15 foot tall mural 'dream garden'.
Bisbee Marquee artist reviews
Sacramento Magazine - 'best of sacramento' issue
Horse Fly - Taos
Santa Fe artist exhibits
Friedman Shields Design firm
Phoenix Home and Garden Magazine
On the Wing
Roppongi Art Weekly
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